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Small Business Regulation - NASE Speaks Out for the Self-Employed
Small Business Regulation - NASE Speaks Out for the Self-Employed


Navigating Challenges: Emerging Technologies and the Entrepreneurial Landscape
The entrepreneurial landscape is undergoing a profound transformation, shaped by groundbreaking developments in fields like artificial intelligence, blockchain, biotechnology, and more. In this article, we will explore the dynamic intersection of emerging technologies and entrepreneurship, shedding light on the opportunities and challenges that await those who dare to embark on this exciting journey.
your brand reputation and guard against hefty fines by staying up to date with regulations. At a minimum, you should be well versed with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR, . Expect regulations to change and pay for your data analysts to complete relevant workshops and re


NASE Applauds the Selection of Sen. Joni Ernst to Serve as Ranking Member
NASE applauds Senator Joni Ernst (R-IA) being named Ranking Member of the Senate Small Business Committee
with regulations costing them time and money. “We need strong bipartisanship leadership in Washington


NASE Applauds Senator Ernst of Iowa Being Appointed as Ranking Member on Senate Small Business Committee
With Senator Joni Ernst (R-IA) being named Ranking Member of the Senate Small Business Committee, Keith Hall, the president and CEO of the National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE), the nation's leading advocate and resource for the self-employed and micro-businesses, today applauded the appointment by saying “Senator Ernst will be a strong voice for the American small business community.”
, but also hear from every day entrepreneur’s struggling with regulations costing them time and money


Maximizing Value: Preparing a Small Business for a Successful Sale
It takes significant time and effort to start a small business and maintain success over an extended period. As such, the decision to sell a business requires meticulous preparation. Whether you are a small business owner, micro business owner, or other entrepreneurial venture, taking the right steps toward getting your business ready for sale is critical to maximize its value and ensure a legally compliant and smooth transition. In this article, we will explore the common steps to prepare your small business for a successful sale and continued success for the buyer.
It should go without saying that ensuring compliance with all relevant laws and regulations, can widen the pool of potential buyers. Ensuring compliance with laws and regulations typically


5 Ways to Reduce the Cost of Business Insurance
Business insurance is expensive. However, it's nice to have when you need it. In this article, discover 5 ways to help save on insurance.
Administration (OSHA) safety regulations to reduce the chances of accidents and injuries that could result


Affordable Care Act - Health Insurance Impact
In this article, we'll explore the impact of the Affordable Care Act on health insurance as it applies to startups and self-employed individuals.
that wouldn't financially cripple their business. Fortunately, new ACA regulations paved the way


An Introduction to Legal Rights for Small Business Owners
Running a small business can be both exciting and challenging, but one thing that's essential to its success is understanding your legal rights. As a small business owner, it's important to have a basic understanding of legal concepts. Failing to comply with legal requirements or violating the rights of others can lead to costly legal battles and damage to your reputation. On the other hand, having a good understanding of your legal rights can help you protect your business and avoid potential legal issues. In this article, we'll explore the importance of understanding your legal rights as a small business owner and provide some key tips to help you navigate the legal landscape and protect your business.
regulations in your state or jurisdiction when it comes to employee injuries. Some states


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